Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Moraea ramosissima


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 Moraea ramosissima   Moraea ramosissima
 Moraea ramosissima   Moraea ramosissima
 Moraea ramosissima   Moraea ramosissima
 Moraea ramosissima   Moraea ramosissima

Habitat

Damp sandy or stony flats and slopes

Altitude

Flowering time

October to December, mainly after fire

Description

Plants 50-120cm high. Corm with brown, cartilaginous tunics. Much branched. Leaves several in a two-ranked fan, linear, channeled, shiny green. Flowers yellow with darker yellow nectar guides on the outer tepals, enclosed in pale green, acute spathes. Tepals unequal, the outer larger, about 30mm long, limbs of both inner and outer tepals reflexed. ramosissimus = very branched.

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2017 / 3 / 26